Manitoba Marathon

Hello Folks,
How are you doing? Sharing some of today’s`s pictures of Manitoba Marathon. Let me know what you think.

Stay Fit
Vj

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Landscapes of Monument valley

It is nice experience to visit monument valley, along with my friend Gurudatt I had been to this wonderful landscape last winter. Off-course it was also great escape for us from Manitoba`s winter in December. Monument valley is a great playground for nature photographers specially landscapers. This place is not far from Grand canyon and  Antelope canyon, about one and half hour journey worth to drive from Page, AZ. Here I am sharing some of my shots, feel free to click individual images for full view. Also don`t forget to like, share and comment. For questions and queries reach me through link given from bottom widgets to FB/Twitter/Instagram.

 

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Playground of Photographers

Page, Arizona is one of the best place I have visited so far. Its location is so, convenient that you can cover most famous tourists spots of US withing 3 hours of journey including Grand Canyon and Monument Valley. Apart for being home of the great Antelope Canyon and Mighty Horse shoe bend, Page has many photogenic places around. Colorado river, the mountains around, north rim of grand canyon, lakes,  its really is playground of photographers, specially nature and landscapers.  I am here with sharing some of my pictures, which I liked most. Hope you like them, if yes please hit like.

 

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Framed in classic: Winnipeg City

Pictures in Black and white add emotion and moment to a photograph. So most of the time I end up using black and white, the classic look. Here are some pictures of streets and  buildings of Winnipeg, I am sharing with you guys, hope you like them. All pictures are taken from my Canon 7DMII+24-105L.

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Exploring Manitoba

Inspired by the recent buzz feed by  titled ‘23 Reasons You Should Never Set Foot In Manitoba‘ I am posting some of my pictures to show favorite places around Winnipeg/Manitoba. Hope you like these pictures, go out and have fun. If you love travel photography visit my Facebook and stay connected via Twitter.

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Golden Hours at Hecla
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Whitemouth waterfall
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Top of the world view point, Falcon lake
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Falcon lake, in twilight
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Oak Hammock Marsh
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Suspension bridge, Pinawa
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Royal Canadian Mint, Winnipeg
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Flower conservatory, Assiniboine Park
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Icelandic festival, Manitoba,l Gimli
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Classic car show, Kenora
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Fall colors, Pinawa Channel
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Aurora at steep rock, Manitoba
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Sunset Beach, Hecla, MB

Another story of Highway 66

While we were looking for some place to stay near by Grand canyon, during my last US trip me and my photographer friend could able to discover a motel in place called “Ash Forks” I am not very sure how many of you reading this post are familiar with this name. Anyway by the time we reach the motel Ash forks Inn it was dark and we could able to locate two gas station in town otherwise it felt like no human habitat around. We were surprised after hearing the story of 60 years old motel in small town with only 841 people.  From motel we also found out this amazing restaurant Lulu Belle`s. Moment after dinner we were curious to know about the history of town, why they call Ash Forks, how the highway 66 affected the economy and families of the town over the years and many other information.

Next morning our way back to Las Vegas we went around the town took couple pictures with out cell phone just to document the story of the town. In nutshell we learn that, the name Ash Forks came from ASH tree forest along the town and the place is known for producing finest lime stone in US. Off-course the stories about ‘Santafe railroad’ and why most of the town abandoned now ? why only 841 people around? how high way66 influenced economy of town and people? were interesting read about.

I am happy that,  we could able to halt in Ash Forks and know about less known historically place. I also recommend if you happen to travel on highway 66 or to Grand Canyon, don’t miss to enjoy a mean in Lulu Belle`s and go around Ash Forks. Will come up another story soon, until stay connected.

Cheers,
Vijaya
(All pictures were taken from Black Berry Cell Phone)